We Will Not Accept Any Rigged Election Results – Secondus

The National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Chief Uche Secondus has urged the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, to ensure that the general election is free, fair and credible warning that his party would not accept the results of rigged elections.

Secondus Man, 26, in court over alleged conspiracy, attempted homicide
He also cautioned that there will be no attempt to rig in Benue State.
Secondus spoke yesterday at the presidential campaign rally of the PDP
in Makurdi. His words: “The leaders of the APC in Benue are threatening
to use the Police and military to rig the Benue elections. They should
be prepared for grave consequences.

“If the government fails to
caution El’Rufai, we urge the International Criminal Court, ICC, to
arrest him immediately for issuing that threat.’’

Addressing a
mammoth crowd, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar assured that if he emerged
victorious, his administration would be guided by the principles of rule
of law. He said:” We will work together to address the security
challenges in the zone and the entire country. “We are also going to
create an environment that will avail our women and youths employment
opportunities. We will also develop our Agric sector in such a way that
we will provide processing industries so that our farm produce will no
longer waste after harvest.”

Earlier, Governor Samuel Ortom
said:”Because he believes in the rule of law and he is a man who would
ensure that the constitution of the country is protected, and with that,
our open grazing prohibition law will be enforced.

“We also
believe that he will not subject his presidency to a cabal. We want a
real president who would deliver on his campaign promises. We believe
that he will secure Benue State and Nigeria and there will be no more
killings in the country.’’

In his speech, the Senate President,
Dr. Bukola Saraki said an Atiku presidency would provide security and
employment opportunities for all Nigerians.

Source:- Vanguardngr